Here is what viennacontemporary has to offer for those who love to read up on art: An expanded Media Zone to browse the newest art and culture magazines, special talks on developments in Baltic and Nordic art scene (hosted by arterritory.com and Collector’s Agenda), and a book store hosted by Verlag für moderne Kunst!
ZONE1, the format for solo presentations of young Austrian art, once again promises a program full of surprises. Realized with the kind support of the Austrian Federal Chancellery, these are the up-and-coming Austrian artists presented at viennacontemporary.
On the occasion of upcoming panel discussion “Is There a Future for Museums?”, September 20 at MQ, Vienna, museum expert Paul Alezraa from Avesta Group talks about how to stay relevant for digital natives, embracing new technologies and forgetting about visitor numbers.
The Art Newspaper and The Art Newspaper Russia will host a media forum on the opening day of viennacontemporary, 21 September. The Art Newspaper publisher Inna Bazhenovas talks about why “Content vs. Medium” is what discussions on new media should be centered around.
With just 9 days to go to viennacontemporary this week in Vienna will be quiet. Here are some art events to warm up before the big viennacontemporary week sprint.
viennacontemporary strives to provide straightforward and enjoyable access points to contemporary art, paying special attention to the variety and diversity of visitor groups.
Curated by Abaseh Mirvali, Solo Expanded is a new section of viennacontemporary, showcasing solo- and dual-artist exhibitions that focus on contemporary languages, from current classics to new and recent productions.